Kansas Citian Gary White has spent decades working to provide clean water and toilets to the poor worldwide. His latest endeavor, WaterEquity, raises money through investment funds; rather than offering charity, his organization works with microfinancers to provide loans. He refers to the approach as “catalytic philanthropy.”
Kansas Citian Gary White has spent decades working to provide clean water and toilets to the poor worldwide. His latest endeavor, WaterEquity, raises money through investment funds; rather than offering charity, his organization works with microfinancers to provide loans. He refers to the approach as “catalytic philanthropy.” Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Kansas Citian Gary White has spent decades working to provide clean water and toilets to the poor worldwide. His latest endeavor, WaterEquity, raises money through investment funds; rather than offering charity, his organization works with microfinancers to provide loans. He refers to the approach as “catalytic philanthropy.” Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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